PALACE THEATRE ST. PAUL
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Palace Theater TicketsThe Palace Theater reopened in March of 2017 after 40 years of sitting idle and slowly deteriorating. The theater first opened in 1916 as the premier venue for St. Paul events and the cultural scene, featuring acts by greats like Charlie Chaplin, George Burns and the Marx brothers. The theater closed in 1977. The city of St. Paul bought the building in 2015 and began refurbishing it as part of a revitalization project for the West 7th Place, pedestrian-only entertainment district. Construction crews preserved much of the architectural features while modernizing it with a new roof, updated bathrooms and more attractive bar areas. Opening weekend in 2017 featured Atmosphere, The Jayhawks, The Cactus Blossoms and Phantogram. Since reopening, Palace Theater events have included performances by entertainers, such as Death Cab For Cutie, The Pixies, Haim, Hippo Campus and Trampled By Turtles. Grab your Palace Theatre tickets at StubHub.
What is the Palace Theater's seating capacity?The theater's seating capacity is a 2,500, which is open and tiered and divided into standing-room general admission area, a seated balcony and loge or private box. Ushers will direct patrons with Loge or Balcony tickets. General and reserved Palace Theater seating will depend on the event, and general admission is "first come, first serve."
Is the Palace Theater accessible by public transportation?Yes, public transportation is highly suggested. The Green Line light rail stops at the 10th St. Station Platform and the Central Station Platform a few blocks away. Several bus lines also stop nearby. Visit Metro Transit for a complete list of routes and schedules.
Is there on-site parking?There is no Palace Theatre parking, but multiple parking lots are nearby. Ramps for parking include those at the Children's Museum, the Lowry, Daytons, the Alliance Bank Center and the Lawson-Commons ramp. The 6th & Wabasha Impark lot and the Travelers event lot at W. 5th & Old 6th are the nearby surface lots.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings?Water, wine, liquor drinks and soft drinks are sold. Outside food and beverages are prohibited.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?Since the theater is located in the heart of the city's entertainment district, you'll find plenty of nearby entertainment options, including Mickey's Diner, the Fitzgerald and Ordway Theatres, Rice Park and others.
Should I call a sitter, or can I bring the young ones along?Some Palace Theatre events may have an age limit of 18 or 21. This is determined by the performer and other factors. However, underage patrons can attend with a parent or legal guardian who must remain for the duration of the show. Valid ID and documents are required, and the parents can not consume alcoholic beverages. Children over 2 years old must have a ticket.
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